Joint Experimental-Theoretical Physics Seminar

Regular seminars are Fridays at 4:00 p.m. in Wilson Hall, One West.
Special dates or rooms are given below.

Please contact Roni Harnik for more information.

A live video stream is sometimes available, check this link.

Raw date Event date Title Speakers Host Summary Links
20181116 Nov. 16 Deep Learning for the Future of High Energy Physics Sergei Gleyzer, U. of Florida
20181123 Nov. 23 Happy Thanksgiving (no seminar)
20181130 Nov. 30 Results from ArgoNeut
20181207 Dec. 7 Results from LHCb Matthew Rudolph, Syracuse U.
20181214 Dec. 14 Results from CMS
20190118 Jan. 18 Results from CMS
20190125 Jan. 25 Searches for invisible decays of the Higgs Boson with ATLAS Ben Carlson, U. of Pittsburgh Abstract: Measurements of the visible decay channels of the Higgs allow for up to around 30% of the branching fraction to be from beyond the standard model decays. Dark matter motivates a decay of the Higgs to invisible final states. This talk will discuss the searches for invisible decays of the Higgs produced in all... More »
20190201 Feb. 1 High-Q SRF Cavities for Quantum Information Science Alex Romanenko, Fermilab
20190222 Feb. 22 New Results from NOvA
20190308 March 8 Results from Minerva

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